A unique and prolific songwriter, Daniel Rossen performs with Grizzly Keep, Section of Eagles, so when a solo artist. The grandchild of movie director Robert Rossen, he was created in LA on August 5, 1982 and started producing music in earnest in 2000, when he became a roommate of Fred Nicolaus at NY University throughout their freshman season. The duo started writing and documenting as Whitey for the Moon UK, eventually changing their name to Section of Eagles a couple of years and EPs afterwards. In 2004, Rossen became a member of Grizzly Keep and made an appearance on that year’s record Horn of A lot. In the meantime, in 2005, a assortment of Section of Eagles’ early functions, The Cool Nose, was released with the U.K. label Melodic (it found its way to the U.S. with reward paths two years afterwards). The next season, Grizzly Carry released their discovery recording, Yellow Home, while another Division of Eagles EP, the odds-and-sods collection A Johnny Glaze Xmas: Traditional Snatches and Examples a Go-Go, was also released. Throughout that period, Rossen and Nicolaus continuing to focus on songs, gathering enough materials for an recording by past due 2007. Grizzly Bear’s Chris Taylor and Christopher Carry, in addition to bassist Nat Baldwin, became a member of the duo for the classes, which were finished in springtime 2008; the producing recording, In Ear Recreation area, was influenced by Rossen’s past due dad and released by 4AD that fall. In ’09 2009, Grizzly Bear’s ambitious third recording, Veckatimest, premiered, and this year 2010, the Division of Eagles collection Archive 2003-2006, including songs using their aborted sophomore recording and pieces which were later utilized by Grizzly Carry, showed up. After his touring responsibilities with Grizzly Carry subsided, Rossen started work on a couple of songs designed for a new recording from that music group, but he finished up documenting them mainly by himself, recruiting horn plans from Ian Davis and Kris Nolte, lap metal participant Scott Hirsch, and Dr. Doggie drummer Eric Slick for help on chosen songs. The effect was the Silent Hour/Golden Mile EP, which Warp released early in 2012.